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Quest 2016: Pursuing Innovation through Research at CSULB

Cover of Quest Issue - with title BUILDing Brighter Futures

The 2016 issue of Quest is now available and highlights the research achievements of CSULB faculty and students. With a focus on highlighting the BUILD program, this issue of Quest provides interesting articles about faculty research activities across all eight colleges. This year’s issue includes an exciting expansion of the e-magazine version. Readers can now download the Quest Magazine app which expands readership beyond the hardcopy and web version found at CSULB’s Quest app provides exclusive video interviews of faculty and students, additional photos, and expanded articles. The Quest app is available for download on android and ios devices. Quest is published by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP). To request a hardcopy of Quest, please email to Quest’s inaugural issue was published in 2015. The magazine is produced with the talented assistance of the University Marketing & Communications team.

Looking for Funding to Support Your Program?

Look no further! ORSP provides you with search tools to choose from on its webpages. The most popular tool is SPIN and SMARTS email alerts. They give you access to more than 40,000 up-to-date grant program announcements from more than 10,000 global sponsors. Get results that match your research criteria. Receive e-mail alerts on funding opportunities matching your selected search criteria. If you would like to sign up for SPIN, please contact in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

CSULB Grant Development BeachBoard

The Grant Development BeachBoard is administered by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Our goal is to provide resources to help you develop your grant proposal. The site gives you access to:

  • Successfully funded proposal narratives, project summaries and abstracts
  • A multitude of proposal development resources and grant opportunity information

If you would like access to this resource, please contact in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

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